If you’re into your cooking as much as us, you’ll know there’s nothing more satisfying than sitting down to a home cooked meal that you’ve slaved over the stove for hours to prepare.
There is definitely an art to cooking, as you are about to see from food artist Miyuki Adachi. Adachi is one of a shrinking number of cooks who still makes fresh pasta by hand even as more consumers turn to factory-manufactured dried varieties.
Miyuki is the lead pasta maker at a Toronto restaurant, and expertly mixes, kneads, and shapes dough into a variety of pasta types, from tubular garganelli, to the delicate ear shapes of orecchiette, to non-traditional double fusilli corkscrews.
We. Just. Love. It. All!
Sorry in advance for the forthcoming food envy…
(via My Modern Met)
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